The Star Wars: Battlefront will not boast on server browser, but to offer dedicated servers for players to allow optimal online gameplay as far as response time is concerned, in addition they will also implement the new search system based on the skills of the players.

Star Wars: Battlefront will have Dedicated Servers


The charge to give that good news was Jamie Keen, Senior Producer at DICE that PlayStation Lifestyle statements during the Tokyo Game Show said that “we’ll still have dedicated servers. Absolutely. It’s one of the hallmarks of making sure we deliver an unparalleled online [service] for the game”. It has not been confirmed so far, but with multiplayer games of up to 40 simultaneous players expected that DICE opted the most logical choice.

Star Wars: Battlefront will be released on November 17 for next generation consoles and PC, although there will be an open beta in early October for all platforms. Moreover, a new mode named Drop Zone will also be added in the upcoming beta. Although details related to the mode are not shared by EA at the moment, but it is promised that they will be posting in the coming days.

Via: PCgamer

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